We help you create efficiencies and improve visibility into your operations by building custom mobile apps for both Apple and Android platforms.
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Services We Offer
APPLE IOS MOBILE DEVELOPMENT
Scenario 77 can create mobile apps using Apple’s iOS development platform. Scenario 77 understands Apple’s design and technical requirements helping you to take the guess work out of what Apple will approve.
GOOGLE ANDROID MOBILE DEVELOPMENT
Scenario 77 can create mobile apps using Google’s Android development platform. Scenario 77 understands that the complex ecosystem of devices and version support can make developing for Android challenging.
SMARTPHONE AND TABLET DEVELOPMENT
Scenario 77 understands that mobile devices work differently than a desktop computer or even your laptop. GPS, cameras and other features unique to mobile devices can be used to enhance any mobile experience.
API & WEB SERVICE INTEGRATION
Scenario 77 works closely with you to understand the requirements of every mobile app feature. We often help our customers develop internal API’s and services to provide a world class mobile app.
You may need a mobile app if you need access to one of these 5 mobile features
Americans spend over 3 hours a day on a mobile device and that’s 10 times what it was just 10 years ago. Mobile is rapidly becoming the preferred way to browse, shop and search the internet.
Websites used to be a luxury for many businesses now its a minimum requirement for any business to be perceived as a “real” business. Mobile apps are a great way to take your business or organization to the next level. Scenario 77 has been developing mobile apps for both Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android operating systems and devices for our customers for many years.
There are many reasons that a business or organization would want a mobile app. We have found that the best mobile apps are driven by one or more of the following features that are unique and even fundamental to mobile devices.
When considering if you need a mobile app, will the location of the user of the app be critical to the features and functionality of the app? Is it important for you to know exactly where someone is located (to within a few feet)?
While the approximate location of a user can be known (with some exceptions) from a web browser; a mobile device is incredibly precise.
- This could be in conjunction with the GPS to alert someone when they are near or at a specific location, known as geofencing.
- There are time/calendar based notifications
- There are good old fashioned push notifications. Allowing you to send a message to someone’s phone for any reason you’d like.
Does your audience need to be able to access information about your business when they may not have an active internet connection? Are there documents, parts lists, event schedules or any number of other critical information that needs to be captured or retrieved in an offline mode and then transmitted once an internet connection is re-established?
While technically possible with web browsers this technology is still in its infancy and not generally well-supported. Offline access is what mobile was made for.
Of course, what would a mobile phone be without mobility. One of the nice things about a mobile phone is the ability to be able to put it in your pocket and pull it out wherever you are. Does your audience need to be able to access information “on the spot” as opposed to returning to their desk or a nearby workstation?
Our last major feature of a mobile phone is the ability to take pictures and have immediate access within a mobile app to the image, as well as GPS information and other context within seconds. Is this a critical factor in the success of your mobile app?
After considering these 5 features, do you think you need a mobile app? Have you checked a box next to one or more of these features? If so, give Scenario 77 a call at 260-310-2291 or book an appointment to start discussing your mobile future.
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